Claroty, a cyber-physical systems protection company, has released a new set of native integrations leveraging the Service Graph Connector (SGC) and Vulnerability Response (VR) infrastructure to expand its footprint within the ServiceNow ecosystem. These integrations allow ServiceNow's CMDB and VR products to gain comprehensive, centralized asset inventory across the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT) by ingesting in-depth details of cyber-physical systems automatically discovered and profiled by Claroty.
The integrations also provide the ability to identify and take action against vulnerable assets and drive efficiencies and risk reduction. The integrations automate the discovery of all XIoT assets, create a unified, cybersecurity-contextualized, and in-depth inventory of all connected assets, extend existing IT or SecOps vulnerability triage workflows and capabilities to XIoT systems, and enable effective investigation and response to XIoT cybersecurity incidents.
The integrations are fully compatible with Claroty's SaaS-based xDome and Medigate platforms and on-premises Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) solution, and allow ServiceNow's Operational Technology Manager (OTM), VR, and Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) to use Claroty's identity, profile, vulnerability, and risk data seamlessly within their native workflows. The integrations do not require additional scripting or manual work.